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Maurice Kanbar, Who Defuzzed Sweaters and Defanged Vodka, Dies at 93

Maurice Kanbar was hoping to meet girls when he accompanied a friend to a dude ranch one week in the…

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Arrests and Warnings as Iranian Soccer Stars Take Side in Protests

One of the most beloved players in Iran’s soccer history had his family home raided by the authorities after speaking…

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Meta Will Freeze Most Hiring, Zuckerberg Tells Employees

In May, Mark Zuckerberg, Meta’s chief executive, froze hiring for engineers and low-level data scientists. In July, Mr. Zuckerberg warned…

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The Invisible Risks of a Town Ruined by Asbestos

The Australia Letter is a weekly newsletter from our Australia bureau. Sign up to get it by email. “She’s spotting…

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A Year Under the Taliban

KABUL, Afghanistan — She was a girl of just 5 when the Taliban took over Afghanistan the first time, and…

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Hurricane Ian’s Staggering Scale of Wreckage Becomes Clear in Florida

FORT MYERS, Fla. — The extent of Hurricane Ian’s destruction became clearer on Thursday as people across southwestern Florida, left…

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The Kashmiri Chef Foraging on Precarious Soil

THE BEARS WERE dark shapes among the furrowed oaks in Dachigam National Park, a maharajah’s private hunting preserve turned wilderness…

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‘Where’s Jackie?’ Biden Asks if Deceased Lawmaker Is at White House Event

WASHINGTON — President Biden looked in the audience on Wednesday for Representative Jackie Walorski, Republican of Indiana, during a White…

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Trying to Explain the Try Guys Drama

The Try Guys, a popular YouTube crew famous for trying things like testing their sperm count, karate, raising toddlers, shaving…

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Submarine Spy Couple Enters Guilty Plea, Again

The Maryland couple who tried to sell sensitive submarine nuclear propulsion secrets to a foreign country again pleaded guilty on…

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